Employment

 

Opening in Community Membership

POSITION:     Community Membership Specialist

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:     Community Membership Manager

QUALIFICATIONS:  Minimum High School Diploma or G.E.D. Post-secondary education classes or degree preferred. Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation with car insurance.

STATUS:                        Non-Exempt, Part-Time

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Provide one-on-one support to individuals with intellectual challenges. The job includes teaching and supporting people to become a part of the community. Hours may include weekends and evenings. The waiver services provided could include community habilitation with an individual or small group, participant assistance and care, respite and residential supports.

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Opening in Community Membership

POSITION:     Community Membership Manager

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:     Community Services Director

QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s Degree with experience in human services or related field. Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation with car insurance.

STATUS:             Exempt, Full-Time

POSITIONS SUPERVISED:      Community Membership Service Facilitator and all Community Membership Specialists

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Provide safe and health conscious services to individuals with intellectual challenges. In conjunction with our HR Generalist recruit; hire; train; and supervise Community Membership Specialists (this includes scheduling and performance reviews). Act as a liaison with internal and external customers. Oversee and ensure quality matches between participants and staff. In addition, work successfully with the individual’s families and support teams to provide quality services based on the individual’s person centered plan, goals and objectives. Obtain, track and manage outcome data for services. The waiver services supervised by the Community Membership manager include community habilitation with an individual or small group, participant assistance and care, respite and residential supports.

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Opening in Community Membership

POSITION:     Community Membership Service Facilitator

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:     Community Membership Manager

QUALIFICATIONS:  Minimum High School Diploma or G.E.D. College degree in public service or related degree preferred. Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation with car insurance. Experience working with individuals with disabilities also preferred.

STATUS:                        Non-Exempt, Full-Time

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Assist Community Membership Manager with processing, scheduling and coordinating referrals and intakes. Assist with Individuals Service Plans through person centered planning. Assist with staff scheduling on a monthly, weekly, and as needed basis. Provide one-on-one support to individuals with intellectual, physical or developmental challenges. The job includes teaching and supporting people to become a part of the community. The waiver services provided could include community habilitation with an individual or small group, participant assistance and care, respite and residential supports.

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Opening in Community Services

POSITION:     Community Services Director

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:     Executive Director

QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s Degree with experience in rehabilitation or industrial/business settings required. *Every 3 years of rehab/industrial experience can be substituted for every one year of post-secondary education required.

STATUS:                        Exempt, Full-Time

POSITIONS SUPERVISED:      Job Connection Manager, Community Membership Manager and Master Teaching Artist

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Marketing/Public Relations:
1. Maintain high level of “people skills”, i.e., friendly and able to coordinate and communicate effectively with a wide and diverse group of people.
2. Assist Department Managers maintain good working relationships with customers: i.e., program participants and behavior issues, families, service providers, group home providers, school systems, and the community by assisting with difficult problem areas.
3. In coordination with Executive Director, conduct marketing efforts to increase amount of services provided for people with disabilities through obtaining additional and new referral sources and funding streams.
4. Attend speaking engagements, fairs, and other public relations activities when found and/or requested.

Daily Operations:
1. Assist Department Managers in “crisis type” situations involving persons served.
2. Conduct programs of responsibility in a safe and health conscious manner.
3. Overall responsibility for the timeliness and accuracy of community services case records.
4. Ensure that an exit and a follow-along report are conducted when a participant terminates from Arc Services.
5. Review new referrals with screening committee.
6. Directly supervise Community Membership Manager and Job Connection Manager in all aspects of the community-based programs and within established personnel policy procedures.
7. Maintain high quality of service delivery and insure implementation and coordination of program components from individual program plans for program participants.

Administrative:
1. Ensure assigned departments are operating efficiently, cost effectively, and within budget.
2. Ensure compliance with BQIS, EDS, Vocational Rehabilitation, CARF, and other regulators deemed appropriate.
3. Obtain, track, and manage outcome and other requested data for community-based programs and turn into Executive Director on a monthly, semiannual, and annual basis in a timely fashion. Communicate outcome data to staff and other stakeholders.
4. Insure all paperwork is completed for incoming program participants to ensure funding source is available through Vocational Rehabilitation, Medicaid, Medicaid Waiver, BDDS, and/or private pay.
5. Attend agency management meetings and provide input about community-based program operations.
6. Assist executive team in the planning for agency annual budget and future needs planning.
7. Assist in the hiring of adult services staff and giving direction on all personnel issues to keep staff satisfied and turnover within acceptable levels.
8. Maintain positive relationships with community business leaders and organizations related to the organization.
9. Attend monthly Board of Directors Meeting to present program report and engage in other board activities as requested.
10. Assist with completed Human Resource Report and Field Trends Report in a timely fashion on an annual basis.
11. Seek, write, obtain and track progress of grant proposals that would enhance community-based programs.
12. Ensure all supervised staff submits accurate daily documentation in the AccelTrax system.
13. Other duties as assigned.

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